Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Orwell is the name of the character played by the woman who was the Terminator in the Fox TV show. I thought that was it.
So she and the Cape got a message that led them to meet up with Skins but Skins (and only Skins!) realized the thing was a set up and split.
Orwell and the Cape didn't have a clue. It was a set-up to tag the Cape with a dart (believe laser) that allowed them to track him.
So they found out about his wife and Trig (their son) because they were able to track him. Then they looked up 'the previous owner" of the wife's place and found it was him.
That makes no damn sense. I asked my uncles and aunts about that, the ones who'd lost a spouse. After the spouse died, did you go immediately change the deed on the land? And it's an apartment. Not a home. It made no sense.
But it allowed the killers to get a photo of the Cape and figure out his true identity.
At some point, they moved in to kill (with a drone) and Orwell and the Cape had to run. He took the drone out with his coat and they went after the killers.
The bald one (Goggles) ended up in prison. The other one shows up and wants to know where Goggles is and tells them he has a code and since they no longer have the job (the killers were fired), they won't tell the Cape's real identity. But he wants to know where Goggles is?
Cape refuses to tell him but Orwell does.
Meanwhile, his wife is finally catching on that her husband's partner and best friend isn't so good. (He's not. He set the Cape up and is why the Cape should be dead.) She asked him for his help and he and his wife attacked her.
I can't wait for the man's wife to find out that her husband's a dirty cop.
But the good news is (and I'm serious), Trig finally got a friend. People treat him rudely because of the false stories about his father. They won't play with him and they make fun of him. So this scientific guy moves in next door and he and Trig become friends.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"